2nd and King station

Coordinates: 37°47′3.72″N 122°23′17.33″W / 37.7843667°N 122.3881472°W / 37.7843667; -122.3881472
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2nd & King
E Embarcadero N Judah
N Judah train at 2nd and King station with ballpark at right
General information
LocationKing Street at 2nd Street
San Francisco, California
Coordinates37°47′3.72″N 122°23′17.33″W / 37.7843667°N 122.3881472°W / 37.7843667; -122.3881472
Line(s)Muni Metro Extension
Platforms1 high level island platform
2 low level side platforms
OpenedJanuary 10, 1998[1][2]
Preceding station Muni Following station
towards Ocean Beach
N Judah 4th and King
Brannan E Embarcadero

2nd and King station is a Muni Metro light rail station located in the median of King Street near Second Street in the China Basin neighborhood of San Francisco, California. It is adjacent to Oracle Park. Muni Metro trains use a high-level island platform, while historic streetcars use a pair of side platforms just to the south.


The 2015-opened streetcar platform

The station opened on January 10, 1998, as part of the Muni Metro Extension project.[1][2] It was initially served by a temporary E Embarcadero line between Embarcadero station and 4th and King/Caltrain station. N Judah service replaced the shuttle service on August 22, 1998.[1] The adjacent San Francisco Giants baseball stadium (then named Pacific Bell Park) opened in 2000, with 2nd and King station serving as a major transit connection for the stadium and surrounding redevelopment.

T Third Street service began on April 7, 2007; N Judah service was initially cut back to Embarcadero station, with J Church service added at peak hours.[3][4] On June 30, 2007, the J and N were restored to their previous configuration.[5] E Embarcadero heritage streetcar service was added on August 1, 2015.[6]

T Third Street service was rerouted off King Street and into the Central Subway on January 7, 2023.[7]

The station is served by the N Bus and N Owl bus routes, which provide service along the T Third Street line during the early morning and late night hours respectively when trains do not operate.[8]


  1. ^ a b c "Muni metro extends". Railway Gazette. October 1, 1998.
  2. ^ a b Rojas, David; Phillips, Eric (March 2011). "Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC) Before/After Cost Effectiveness Study". Federal Transit Administration. p. 9.
  3. ^ "Chapter 3: Third Street Light Rail". SFMTA FY2008-FY2027 Draft Short Range Transit Plan (PDF). San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. January 15, 2008. p. 3-1. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 3, 2017. Retrieved January 30, 2019.
  4. ^ "Discover the T-Third" (PDF). San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. 2007. p. 6. Archived from the original (PDF) on July 14, 2007.
  5. ^ "SFMTA announces service changes effective June 30, 2007" (Press release). San Francisco Transportation Agency. June 30, 2007. Archived from the original on June 24, 2007.
  6. ^ "SFMTA Launches The E Embarcadero Historic Streetcar Line" (Press release). San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. July 31, 2015.
  7. ^ "Central Subway Opens November 19 with Special Weekend Service" (Press release). San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. November 1, 2022.
  8. ^ "Muni Service Map". SFMTA. July 9, 2022. Retrieved December 2, 2022.

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